Two weeks ago, we wrapped up our first virtual version (and second annual conduct) of The Conference with a fascinating case study of the investigation and prosecution of Insys Therapeutics. We had opened with the views of Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley on Leadership, Ethics, and running a values-based city government. And in between these two bookends, we offered a veritable assortment of analyses, viewpoints, instructive information, experiences, and stories with learning points.

Our thanks to those of you who attended this conference. We feel complimented by your immediate post-conference (very) positive feedback. And we’ll appreciate your more detailed feedback in a survey instrument to be sent soon.

We want to thank the leadership and staff of the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA/CTI), who provided the technical support, helpful advice, and even several concurrent sessions.

We also thank each of our speakers, most of whom were thoughtful in sharing their thoughts pro bono in support of the Conference objectives. And our sponsors and co-sponsors, whose logos appear below.

We are already talking about how we can make the Conference even better for next year. Watch this space!

The Planning Team and Sponsors:

Behavioral Forensics Group
University of Dayton